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  • Persson, Lina
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media. Stockholm University of the Arts, Research Centre.
    Anna, Björklund (Creator)
    Appendix C.: Utsläppsaktiviteter och utsläpp för projekt inom Climate-Just Worldings2021Other (Refereed)
    Abstract [sv]

    Livscykelanalys (LCA) av Lina Perssons konstnärliga praktik utförd av Karin Lagercrantz. I denna LCA har sex projekt som Persson skapat inom ramen för Climate-Just Worldings (C-J W) mellan 2019-2020 utvärderats. Syftet med denna LCA är att mäta och beräkna vilket klimatavtryck Perssons forskningsprojekt C-J W har.

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  • Lempert, Mirko (Creator)
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Janson, Linda (Creator)
    Stockholm University of the Arts, Department of Film and Media.
    Artists and machine intelligence: An archaeology of an autoregressive language modelthat uses deep learning to produce human-like texts and images.2024Artistic output (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In the dynamic interplay between art and technology, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) has opened new frontiers of exploration and expression. Our research project, initiated in 2021, ventured into this evolving landscape with a mission to examine the relationship between AI and contemporary artistic practices. Focusing primarily on text and image synthesis using AI technologies, our project embarked on an in-depth exploration of the creative potentials and limitations of Large Language Models (LLM).This journey was far more than a technical exercise; it represented a deep dive into the fusion of creativity and technology, examine traditional workflows, especially related to pre-production in filmmaking. The project revealed AI's capacity to both emulate and stimulate human creativity, offering insights into the capabilities and boundaries of LLM inartistic creation. These reflections are not just a recount of past achievements but a lens through which one can view the potential and future intersections of art and machine intelligence. Leading the research project are Linda Janson, a production designer with over 30 years of experience in the art departments of films, TV series, and commercials, currently serving as a senior lecturer in production design at Stockholm University of the Arts, and Mirko Lempert, founder of the company Monocular. Monocular specializes in integrating AI with traditional 2D/3D techniques for practical applications in visual content creation. This project is driven by their collective goal to investigate the practical applications of AIin visual arts, combining Linda’s extensive industry experience and academic background with Mirko’s expertise in applying AI technologies. Their joint effort focuses on enhancing the methodologies of visual arts and design education to align with the ongoing advancements in digital technology. We would also like to recognize and express our gratitude to PhD candidate Marc Johnson, whose significant contributions were instrumental in initiating this research endeavor and who has continuously supported the process with valuable advice and expertise. Lastly, we wish to emphasize that Chat-GPT served as an editorial assistant in the composition of this report. This involvement was twofold: as an integral part of our research methodology and as a proficient contributor, aiding in the summarization, formalization, and articulation of arguments to deepen the discourse on the topic of Artificial Intelligence in the visual arts.

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